Stocks lower, Apple slump, Kroger, Cohen probe, DocuSign
Five things you need to know before the market opens on Friday September 8:
Renewed inflation concerns, alongside a simmer U.S.-China tech trade war, has stocks set for a fourth straight session decline heading into the start of Friday trading.
The Commerce Department's will probe details of a new chip in China-backed Huawei's Mate 60 smartphone to determine if it violates U.S. trade sanctions.
Kroger is likely to report flat Q2 sales as it ramps-up its effort to merge with rival grocery chain Albertsons Companies.
GameStop chairman Ryan Cohen has reportedly been asked to provide details of trade related to Bed Bath & Beyond to the SEC.
Big new clients and a deeper push into AI technologies are set to drive DocuSign revenues higher over the back half of the year.
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